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Meet the activists fighting Russia's home-made alcohol epidemic
Australia's tough stance on immigration has helped keep down the vote for far-right political parties, the country's ambassador to France has told Euronews.
Trials have resumed for more than a dozen people accused of organising and financing one of the largest waves of protests in recent Turkish history.
A war of flags has taken over Barcelona's balconies with both pro and anti-independence supporters using their outside spaces to make clear where they stand on Catalonia's secession debate.
The Kurdish SDF have been a key US-ally in the fight against ISIS
Correspondent Giorgia Orlandi and Field Producer Lindsay Rempel went to the Italian Alps to see the Planpincieux glacier, which is in danger of collapse.
While incoming centre-left Prime Minister Antonio Costa is poised to win re-election, it is not clear if he will get an absolute majority in parliament. Costa's party is currently ruling with support from two far-left, eurosceptic parties, a coalition known 'Geringonça' or 'contraption'.
A former NATO spokesperson says the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s visit to North Macedonia is an important sign of re-engagement with the Balkan region.
Businesses across the United Kingdom rely on Dover to help bring fresh food and critical components into the country. Any delays could cause chaos.
President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has announced local elections in separatist-held parts in the east of the country. But his plans are being criticised because the vote will take place before Kyiv takes full control of the borders and before Russian-backed forces have withdrawn from the occupied areas.
More than 5,000 tonnes of 400 different substances were ignited in the accident at the Lubrizol plant a week ago.
Tensions are high after the blaze at the vast and overcrowded Moira camp, on the Greek island of Lesbos.
Concerns are mounting on the island of Ireland that if a No-Deal Brexit happens, dissident Irish republicans may return to terrorism if customs check points are reintroduced.
Pro-democracy protests are expected to take place in Hong Kong on Tuesday - on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Federal Republic. It's in defiance of a ban on the demonstrations taking place having been confirmed by the authorities.
Wildfires are still raging in the Amazon rainforest. 12 million hectares have burnt so far, three times more than last year. In Bolivia, over 5,000 people are fighting the blaze, but it is still out of control. Euronews Aid Zone reporter Monica Pinna recently returned from the affected area.
Environmentalists argue the policy flies in the face of European Union targets for all member states to be carbon neutral by 2050.